INDIA AND INDONESIA AGREED ON ENHANCING THE CYBER INFRASTRUCTURE AND CYBERSECURITY
Friday, March 31st, 2017
The pattern of the cybercrime victimization rates are high in this era of globalization. Cyber-victims in less developed countries could be targeted by both any perpetrators in the world and even perpetrators who come from their own country. From the cases above, internet users, whether they are in developed countries or in developing countries, need to be more careful by increasing the awareness along with the cyber-security itself.
India and Indonesia had arranged a meeting on Friday, March 31, 2017 discussing about the enhancement of cyber infrastructure and cybersecurity. The meeting was first initiated by India focusing on national cyber infrastructure and cyber security in Rektorat Building of Parahyangan Catholic University. The meeting was also the first stage of spreading the importance of enhancing cyber infrastructure and cybersecurity.
By making the agreement, Both countries committed to prevent and take a further action regarding the cyber-attacks especially in the banking sectors through sharing experts and information, and training. This also marked the first cooperation in cyber between India and Indonesia. Both India and Indonesia hope that the agreement will give benefits to each of their civil society and develop their national cyber infrastructure and cybersecurity.